Wood has been appointed to ship brownfield modifications companies to Equinor’s Martin Linge offshore set up on the Norwegian Continental Shelf.
Awarded below an present framework agreed in 2016, Wood is the primary contractor for upkeep, restore and modifications on the power which was put in in July 2018.
Martin Linge is scheduled to come back on stream in 2020 and the fuel will circulation by a brand new pipeline connecting to the sector through present infrastructure to St Fergus in Scotland.
The mission will likely be delivered by Wood’s group based mostly in Stavanger, and additional strengthens the corporate’s foothold within the Norwegian market.
Lars Fredrik Bakke, Wood’s senior vp in Norway, feedback: “We stay up for engaged on the Martin Linge growth – probably the most superior installations on the NCS which will likely be powered and operated remotely from an onshore management centre.
“Our continued success in delivering milestone tasks on the NCS highlights Wood’s a long time of expertise working offshore on a variety of amenities and our skill to attract upon our international pool of technical consultants in engineering and modifications.”
Earlier this 12 months, Wood was awarded two new contracts from Equinor to ship brownfield modifications to the Grane offshore facility and FEED for modifications to the Kollsnes fuel processing plant in Øygarden, west of Bergen.
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